Provided by: tilestache_1.51.5-4_all
tilestache-compose - set a map coverage area
tilestache-compose [options] file...
This manual page documents briefly the tilestache-compose command. There are three ways to set a map coverage area. 1) Center, zoom, and dimensions: create a map of the specified size, centered on a given geographical point at a given zoom level: tilestache-compose.py -c config.json -l layer-name -d 800 800 -n 37.8 -122.3 -z 11 out.jpg 2) Extent and dimensions: create a map of the specified size that adequately covers the given geographical extent: tilestache-compose.py -c config.json -l layer-name -d 800 800 -e 36.9 -123.5 38.9 -121.2 out.png 3) Extent and zoom: create a map at the given zoom level that covers the precise geographical extent, at whatever pixel size is necessary: tilestache-compose.py -c config.json -l layer-name -e 36.9 -123.5 38.9 -121.2 -z 9 out.jpg
-c, --config file Path to configuration file. -l, --layer layer Layer name from configuration. -n, --center lat lon Geographic center of map. -e, --extent lat lon lat lon Geographic extent of map. -z, --zoom level Zoom level. -d, --dimensions width height Pixel width, height of output image. -v, --verbose Make a bunch of noise. -i, --include-paths paths Add the following colon-separated list of paths to Python's include path (aka sys.path) -x, --ignore-cached Re-render every tile, whether it is in the cache already or not. -h, --help Show summary of options.
TileStache was written by Michal Migurski <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Nov 10, 2010 TILESTACHE-COMPOSE(1)